Review: The Void by Timothy S. Johnston

Kelly Jensen

The Void (The Tanner Sequence, #3)

CCF Homicide Investigator Kyle Tanner has experienced his share of untenable situations. In the previous two novels of this series, The Furnace and The Freezer, he got up close and personal with a massive sun and found himself sinking through the ice of one of Jupiter’s moons. In between these extremes exists the void, a patch of space occupied by two seemingly unrelated ships, both suffering from a mysterious power loss and computer malfunction. Once again, Tanner must solve the case in order to find a way out.

Tanner is transporting convicted serial killer Reaper to Alpha system for execution. Travelling with him is his partner, Shaheen. Their jump ship loses power, stranding them in deep space, giving us the setting for The Void. Though she is a talented engineer, Shaheen is unable to figure out the cause of the breakdown. Every system in the ship is dead…

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